Monday, August 31, 2015

Designing with Daisies - KSS

I am so happy that you stopped by today for another 10 Minutes and 10 Minutes More Monday sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps. I have gone way back to one of Kitchen Sink Stamps' earliest images, the 3 Step Daisy, to  design today's cards.

For the 10 minute card, I have created a one layer design with the daisy stamped on colored cardstock. I love how it turned out. The cardstock is Blushing Bride by Stampin' Up.

10 Minute Card

Color Recipe:
Daisy - Layer One Stampin' Up Cameo Coral
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Watermelon Wonder
Layer 3 - Stampin' Up Dusty Durango
Layer 4 - Stampin' Up Early Espresso

Leaves - Layer 1 - Stampin' Up Garden Green
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow

20 Minute Card 

I added a spot lighted panel, die cut sentiment, and bow to this card. The sentiment is from Die'Sire and the rounded squares are from Quickutz.

Color Recipe:
Daisy - Layer One Stampin' Up Cameo Coral
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Watermelon Wonder
Layer 3 - Stampin' Up Early Espresso

Leaves - Layer 1 - Stampin' Up Garden Green
Layer 2 - Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow

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9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous designs and papers Lynn.

    Hugs Diane

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  2. Love them both Lynn; especially the elegant simplicity of your first card.

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  3. They're both beauties! I don't remember ever seeing the flower before. So lovely.
    Lynn

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  4. Another exquisite pair of cards Lynn. Love your 10 and 20 minute series!

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  5. That flower image looks so beautiful Lynn! I especially love your stamped layered design on the second card!! Beautiful job with both of them! :) HUGS

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  6. Both cards are beautiful Lynn, love the colors you used for them!

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  7. I love how you create such beauty with your step stamps. The colours are delightful today!
    Thank you for your marvellous support. You buoy my spirits during these somewhat dark times Lynn.
    Cyber hugs

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  8. Two more beauties Lynn! At first glance I thought they were holiday poinciettas - lovely!!

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  9. A 10 minute card? I'm impressed! These days, it takes me 10 minutes to clear the surface of my desk to start working. And, boy, you'd never know it only took ten minutes to make. I sure do love the second card, too!

    Kim from KatydidCards.com

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